J. E. Widener 1922 Horses: Jockey Club Steward Will Campaign Impressive Band during Coming Racing Season, Daily Racing Form, 1922-03-30


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. I i *, ■ ], s i - , - , I a 1 f t . , . • J. E. WIDENER* 1922 HORSES Jockey Club Steward Will Campaign impressive Band During Coming Racing Season. NEW YORK. N. Y.. Match TO TaatlBh E. Widener. steward of the Jockey Club, will have sixteen horses under colors when the easlern racing season opens in May. There are two elderly horses, three three year-olds and eleven two-year-olds in ibc stable, till of which are now at Belmont Park in charge of trainer Thomas Welsh. The older horses are Naturalist, the durable eight-year-old gelding, by Rabelais — Nature, which has carried the Widener colors to many a good victory i since his owner brought him from Prance, and Pilgrim, five-year-old bay gelding, by Carry Herrmann — Zoola. The latlers half-brother, Runamell, now three-year-old, is another of the Widener stable. He showed great promise in the late racing of 1921. . The two-year-olds include a number of Mr. Widen-ers own breeding and several of them are expected lo develop into really high class youngsters. The three-year-olds- and over in the Widener stable are: Naturalist, b. g, 8, by Rabelais — Nature, by Meddler. Pilgrim, b. g. .", by Garry Herrmann — Zoola, by SL Gatieii. Runantell, b. c, 3, by Rrootnstiek — Zoola, by St. Catien. Philosopher, br. g, 3. by Fairy King — Preluka. by Potymeliis. Loyterer, ch. g, 3. by Neil Cow— High Tide, by Lord Bobs. The two year-olds are: Chestnut colt, by Fair Play— Sans Ta-he, by The White Enight. Blown er black colt, by Luke McLuke — Black BraC td«, by Neil Cow. Chestnut colt, by Luke McLuke — Phebe G., by Mazagan Bay coll, by Friar Rock— Swan Song, by Ben Biush. Bay colt, by Bridge of Earn — TiLit, by 5Iauvczin. Brown colt, by White Magic— Dark Sapphire, by Dark Ronald. Chestnut colt, by Mont dOr IE— Sunflower, ly Rock Sand. Freemason, b. g. by M. untenant — Valentine, by Malta Santa. Lay filly, by Fair Play — Sanicula, by Santry Chestnut filly, by Mont dOr IE— Saskia, by Orby. Bay filly, by Mont dOr II. — Charily Lass, ty Fugleman.

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